The perennial tolerance of delays in civil justice is giving way, as Tony Guise explains
Ten years after being authorised to host barrister pupillages, Browne Jacobson’s advocacy arm has announced an 18% growth income for 2019-2020
The president of the family division warns that the problems of the crisis in the family courts were not going away and are getting worse
Firm urges others to support it seeking family law reform for out-of-court options
Withers has recruited former attorney general Geoffrey Cox MP to its international law team as consultant global counsel
Tony Guise explains how technology and ADR can overcome the tsunami of litigation
A backlog of civil cases, ineffective IT and covid-19-related claims will trigger a “tsunami” of litigation in the civil justice system, a repo
A new online framework enabling expedited dispute resolution has gone live to help businesses before it is too late.
A solicitor who misled a law firm and a mediator was struck off after that firm reported him to the SRA, despite his firm deciding to deal w
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